The Salt River Market site is a major opportunity well-located, integrated housing in Cape Town. It is time to build says Catherine Stone.
Improving public spaces in African cities requires smarter, more complex thinking and actions. Here are 10 ways to get started.
UCT’s Future Water Institute wonders why the City of Cape Town is ignoring storm water as a water augmentation opportunity, even though it could be critical in bolstering the city’s scarce water supply and its resilience to climate change.
The Parklet urban intervention, originally providing a successful public space on Regent Road in Sea Point has moved to the V&A Waterfront.
Inclusionary Housing can play a key role in catering for more diverse income groups in well-located parts of Cape Town. So how can the delivery of this type of housing be accelerated ? Key thoughts have emerged from our research.
The finishing touches are being put in place by dhk as the much-anticipated Norval Foundation centre for art in Steenberg, Cape Town nears completion.
Public funding cuts and failed transport agencies require a new world of delivering and operating our transport systems. How do all sectors come on board to form a “new deal”?
Plans for multi-million rand mixed-income housing development on the Conradie Hospital site have been revived and construction is set to start in early 2018.
Beyond Day Zero, a new model of government is needed that can go beyond the blame-game, and start shift the paradigm from one of bulk services, to one of decentralised water collection, treatment, use and re-use.
The #cocreateDESIGN FESTIVAL which aims to celebrate and examine the power of design to tackle current socio-economic and environmental challenges within an African context opens on 22 February 2018 in the East City of Cape Town.